Strategic Management of Intellectual Capital and
Organizational Knowledge

Table of Contents

     
 

Preface



 

1

Knowledge, Intellectual Capital, and Strategy: Themes and Tensions*

Chun Wei Choo & Nick Bontis

 
     
 

SECTION 1: KNOWLEDGE IN ORGANIZATIONS

 
     

2

Market, Hierarchy and Trust: The Knowledge Economy and the Future of Capitalism**

Paul S. Adler

 
     

3

Knowledge, Knowledge Work, and Organizations**

Frank Blackler

 
     

4

The Creation and Sharing of Knowledge*

Max Boisot

 
     

5

Sensemaking, Knowledge Creation, and Decision Making: Organizational Knowing as Emergent Strategy*

Chun Wei Choo

 
     

6

Knowledge, Context, and the Management of Variation*

Charles Despres & Daniele Chauvel

 
     
 

SECTION 2: KNOWLEDGE-BASED PERSPECTIVES OF THE FIRM

 
     

7

A Resource Based Theory of the Firm: Knowledge vs Opportunism

Kathleen Conner & C. K. Prahalad

 
     

8

The Knowledge Based View of the Firm*

Robert M. Grant

 
     

9

Knowledge, Uncertainty, and An Emergent Theory of the Firm*

J.-C. Spender

 
     

10

From Economic Theory Towards a Knowledge Based Theory of the Firm: Conceptual Building Blocks*

Georg von Krogh & Simon Grand

 
     

11

Knowledge and Learning, Markets and Organizations: Managing the Information Transaction Space*

Ard Huizing & Wim Bouman

 
     
 

SECTION 3: KNOWLEDGE STRATEGY

 
     

12

Replication of Organizational Routines: Conceptualizing the Exploitation of Knowledge Assets*

Sidney Winter & Gabriel Szulanski

 
     

13

Modular Product and Process Architectures: Frameworks for Strategic Organizational Learning*

Ron Sanchez

 
     

14

Technological and Organizational Designs to Achieve Economies of Substitution**

Raghu Garud & Arun Kumaraswamy

 
     

15

Developing A Knowledge Strategy**

Michael Zack

 
     

16

Aligning HM Practices and Knowledge Strategies: A Theoretical Framework*

Paul Bierly III & Paula Daly

 
     

17

Knowledge and the Internet: Lessons from Cultural Industries*

Chong Ju Choi & Anastasios Karamanos

 
     
 

SECTION 4: KNOWLEDGE STRATEGY IN PRACTICE

 
     

18

Product Sequencing: Co-evolution of Knowledge, Capabilities, and Products**

Constance Helfat & Ruth Raubitschek

 
     

19

Exploration and Exploitation as Complements*

Anne Marie Knott

 
     

20

Above and Beyond Knowledge Management*

Vincent Barabba, John Pourdehnad & Russell Ackoff

 
     

21

Keeping a Butterfly and an Elephant in a House of Cards: The Elements of Exceptional Success**

William Starbuck

 
     

22

Epistemology in Action: A Framework for Understanding Organizational Due Diligence Processes*

Mihnea Moldoveanu

 
     

23

National Culture and Knowledge Sharing in a Global Learning Organization: A Case Study*

Youngjin Yoo & Ben Torrey

 
     
 

SECTION 5: KNOWLEDGE CREATION

 
     

24

A Dynamic Theory of Organizational Knowledge Creation

Ikujiro Nonaka

 
     

25

Managing Existing Knowledge Is Not Enough: Knowledge Management Theory and Practice in Japan*

Katsuhiro Umemoto

 
     

26

Knowledge Exploitation and Knowledge Exploration: Two Strategies for Knowledge Creating Companies*

Kazuo Ichijo

 
     

27

The Role of Tacit Knowledge in Group Innovation**

Dorothy Leonard & Sylvia Sensiper

 
     

28

Knowledge Creation of Global Companies*

Seija Kulkki

 
     
 

SECTION 6: KNOWLEDGE ACROSS BOUNDARIES

 
     

29

Mobilizing Knowledge in Inter-organizational Alliances*

Harald Fischer, Joyce Brown, Joseph Porac, James B. Wade, Michael DeVaughn & Alaina Kanfer

 
     

30

How Does Knowledge Flow? Interfirm Patterns in the Semiconductor Industry**

Melissa Appleyard

 
     

31

Opportunity and Constraint: Chain-to-Component Transfer Learning in Multiunit Chains of US Nursing Homes 1991-1997*

Will Mitchell, Joel A.C. Baum, Jane Banaszak-Holl, Whitney Berta, & Dilys Bowman

 
     

32

Knowledge Across Boundaries: Managing Knowledge in Distributed Organizations*

Claudio Ciborra & Rafael Andreu

 
     

33

Bridging Knowledge Gaps: Learning in Geographically Dispersed Cross-Functional Development Teams*

Deborah Sole & Amy Edmondson

 
     

34

Managing Public and Private Firm Knowledge Within the Context of Flexible Firm Boundaries*

Sharon Matusik

 
     
 

SECTION 7: MANAGING INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL

 
     

35

Managing Organizational Knowledge by Diagnosing Intellectual Capital: Framing and Advancing the State of the Field

Nick Bontis

 
     

36

Intellectual Capital: An Exploratory Study that Develops Measures and Models

Nick Bontis

 
     

37

Intellectual Capital Management and Disclosure*

Steve Pike, Anna Rylander, & Göran Roos

 
     

38

Social Capital, Intellectual Capital, and the Organizational Advantage

Janine Nahapiet & Sumantra Ghoshal

 
     

39

The Role of Social Capital and Organizational Knowledge in Enhancing Entrepreneurial Opportunities in High Technology Environments*

Donna DeCarolis

 
     

40

Leveraging Knowledge Through Leadership of Organizational Learning*

Mary Crossan & John Hulland

 
     
 

Appendix

 
     

41

Beyond Knowledge Management: New Ways to Work

Brian Hackett

 

* : Original Chapters

** : Reprinted Chapters with New Commentaries by Contributors